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FERMA Flags Off Maintenance Of Southeast Federal Roads

DETERMINED to maintain all federal roads in the Southeast part of the country, the Federal Roads Maintenance Agency (FERMA) on Thursday along Kilometre 2 Owerri-Onitsha Road in Owerri, the Imo State capital, flagged off what it called...
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‘ICSP Set To Make Life Easier For Members’

BUSINESSMEN who engage in buying and selling across the country can now heave a sigh of relief following the establishment of the Institute of Certified Sales Professionals (ICSP). With the official approval of the Federal Ministry of Education...
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Group Urges Govt To Revive Rural Economy

A GROUP, HOPE Worldwide Nigeria (HWWN) has urged the three tiers of government to remove stringent difficulties facing the poor in marketing their products in local and international markets, even as the organisation has said that Nigeria may...
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New U.S. Visa Processing Fees Take Effect April 13

THE United States (U.S.) Department of State has announced adjustment in its embassy visa processing fees effective from April 13, 2012. According to a statement by the Information Office, Public affairs Section of U.S. Consulate General, the...
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Adamawa Tribunal Dismisses Nyako’s Application To Strike Out Petition

  THE Governorship Election Petitions Tribunal sitting in Yola, the Adamawa State capital  yesterday dismissed the application brought before it by Mr Kanu Agabi (SAN) counsel to the first respondent, Governor Murtala Nyako, to strike...
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Convicted Rev. King’s family, church allege plans to prejudice appeal

THE family of convicted clergyman, Rev. Emeka Ezeugo, (a.k.a) Rev. King, the general overseer of the Christian Praying Assembly (CPA) and the church yesterday alleged that there are deliberate plans to prejudice the appeal filed in the court...
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NCC cautions against use of non-endorsed handsets

THE Nigeria Communications Commission (NCC) yesterday raised the alarm over influx of fake handsets into the country, alleging that it is contributing to poor network communications in Nigeria. The Commission urged phone users to insist on...
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Youths protest re-zoning of PDP chairmanship to Delta North

RISING from their meeting in Owerri, Imo State, scores of youths from Aniocha in Delta State, under the aegis of Concerned Aniocha Youths for 2015 (CAY 2015), on Wednesday evening protested alleged re-zoning of the Peoples Democratic Party...
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Edo varsity teachers blame govt for hostel tragedy

Bauchi community laments state of schools THE Ambrose Ali University (AAU) Ekpoma, Edo State chapter of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) yesterday blamed the state government for last week’s tragedy in the female hostel of...
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Police move against crimes in Bauchi

THE Bauchi State Police Command has introduced a new patrol system called Aberdeen Patrol along major roads and flash points to check activities of criminals across the state. The Commissioner of Police, Mohammed Ladan, who disclosed this while...